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Titanic Pigeon Forge is a giant 30,000-square-foot ship-shaped museum attraction designed to celebrate Titanic's timeless awe-inspiring legend, her passengers and crew. Towering 100 feet above a primary gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains, our museum wil...
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Lastly Mary Kellogg , the ...
Lastly Mary Kellogg , the owner of the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, told us the story of John and Madeline Astor, the newlyweds that were on board the RMS Titanic for its maiden voyage.
Thank you so much for your amazing hospitality Mary Kellogg
The violin played by Titanic bandleader ...
The violin played by Titanic bandleader Wallace Hartley will be displayed at the Titanic Museum next year, Mary Kellogg, co-owner of Titanic Attractions, announced this week.
"RMS Titanic bandleader Wallace Hartley's violin has become the iconic symbol of the Titanic saga," Kellogg
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Mary Kellogg, co-owner of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson and Pigeon Forge, said, "I received many calls, tweets and emails from various executives around the country including L.A., New York, Chicago and San Francisco all saying - 'Wow, what a brilliant, fun social media blitz.' I agree.
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In the park were various book vendors with their booths, Titanic had their booth set up with Officer Ron and Officer Michelle & Betsy, with Admiral Mary throughout the day, which from what I understand turned out to be a wet one.
Hosting the Main Stage our very own First Class Maid Jamie, assisted by Officer Ron when she had to step away.
Over 10,000 people attended and participated in parades where they would hold up banners, praising their favorite author and book.
A heaven for book worms.
With First Class Maid Jamies charming appeal she worked the booth and the stage like the true pro that she is, even when it poured down rain, her petticoat was so black at the end of the day, that very important people from what I understand came to her aid to whiten her up for her next days duties.
Admiral Mary, co-owner of both Titanic Museums in Pigeon Forge, and Branson, is a great admirer and listener of their morning show.
Our owners, Mary Kellogg
and John Joslyn bought the house Sunday night and treated their favorite charity, Boys and Girls Clubs, Foster Kids Program, and our own Crew Member's kids to a night of FANTASTICAL FUN!
I was able to attend with Admiral Mary and First Class Maid Jamie.